Turkey Loves Pinot!
These Pinot Noirs will pair perfectly with vast array of flavors on anyone’s thanksgiving table, from seafood to Roast beef!
2015 Hahn SLH Pinot Noir $22.99*
Wine Enthusiast 91 Points: You are greeted by deep aromas of dark cherry and strawberry that give way to subtle notes of cedar spice, mocha, and leather. Rich and lush red fruit flavors coat the palate, accentuating the medium body and tannins. Concentrated, yet balanced, this wine leaves you with a satisfying, lengthy finish.
2015 Willamette Valley Vineyards Whole Cluster Pinot Noir $19.99*
Wine Enthusiast 90 Points: This bright and fruity Beaujolais-style wine is as light and refreshing as a young wine can possibly be. It delivers a smile-inducing burst of strawberry and cherry fruit—round, ripe and juicy. You absolutely want to drink this sometime in 2016 while all that youthful energy remains.
2014 Bench Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir $19.99*
Wine Enthusiast 91 Points: This is a steal of a wine, tart and satisfying in its crispness of pine needle, cranberry and pomegranate flavors, and well-crafted in every way. Texturally integrated, it offers approachability within a complex, layered package, lingering on the finish with a tease of cola.
2014 Lemelson Thea’s Select Willamette Valley Pinot Noir $24.99*
James Suckling 93 Points: Thea’s Selection is a blend of fruit sourced from all seven organic, estate vineyards that span three different Willamette Valley AVAs. As such, it is a wonderful representation of the vintage across all sites. The nose is inviting with black cherry, red currant and raspberry fruit that is nuanced by subtle spice notes of anise, cinnamon and baking spices. The rich, silky tannins give in to a long and robust finish that leaves the taste of strawberries and cocoa lingering on the palate.